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Made To Sew
From£360

Take your sewing to the next level. Learn tailoring techniques that you can use in future garments to create a professional finish. Bring along a jacket or coat pattern of your choice and learn the...more

Duration: Variable

Intermediate

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No Qualification

From£360

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G Com Solutions provide hands-on IT training: our trainers will coach your staff in the use of software, rather than simply demonstrating it.

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Excel Intermediate

I found the course very helpful. It was well structured and delivered clearly wi...more

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This course is designed for beginners and covers: getting started: overview of basic Illustrator tools; drawing a basic t-shirt; drawing a button-down shirt; drawing skirts; drawing a blazer; creating...more

Duration: 1 day

Beginner

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Certificate of Attendance

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Ardington School of Crafts
From£150

Our Basket Weaving Weekend has become an annual autumn event. Two whole days to immerse yourself in willow basket weaving, under the guidance of a professional basket maker and experienced tutor. Using...more

Duration: 2 days

Full time

No Qualification

From£150

OUR GUIDE

Have you got the passion for fashion? Does the thought of London Fashion Week, new collections and Sex and the City outfits give you the good chills? If you’ve got a head for what’s in and what’s not, and love the buzz of the...

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In the words of Yves Saint Laurent, ‘Fashions fade; style is eternal’. To be a great fashion designer, you need to create something that will last longer than the shop window display, or this month’s Vogue. As fashions come and go, there are some...

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